The MF-108 and MF-105 nominalize the CV to the mid point of 2.5V when not actively used. This allows an external CVs to pull the CV value in both the positive and negative direction from the knobs, unlike the other Moogerfoogers where the CV only adds to the knob position. This arrangement increases flexibility in that CVs are bi-polar in nature. This means that when the knob is in the middle position a 0-5V CV gives full sweep range and conversely, when the CV is in the middle the knob has full sweep range.
Articles in this section
- MF-108M | Why do the knobs behave differently after pluggin a cable into a CV input?
- 108M | How do I change the MIDI channel on my ClusterFlux?
- What kind of power adapter can I use with my Moogerfoogers?
- What kind of expression pedal can I use with my Moogerfooger?
- Do Moogerfoogers have “true bypass?”
- MF-105M | When I plug a cable into the CV inputs on a MF-105 the knobs do not work the same as before. Why is this?
- MF-105M | My MF-105M MuRF is not cycling through the filters and the rate knob has no effect?
- MF-104 | How do I use the EXT LOOP? And Why?
- MF-104Z | How do I get my MF-104Z to “spill over” when bypassing?
- MF-104M | How do I change the MIDI Channel on my MF-104M?